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Source: www.welldonestuff.com

This is a short article that talks about street lights that use algae to generate light. I thought this would be a very interesting solution for light without electircity in Paul's Land Huspa area.
 
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Here is a video about the lamps:

 
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In the video it looked like you have to give them light and then they take C out of the air.
 
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I am not sure, maybe it needs sunlight during the day. They did not talk either if it needs nutrients in the water.
 
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